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  • Jana Bolduan Lomax, PsyD

    Dr. Lomax is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Colorado. She completed her undergraduate education in Psychology and Spanish at Miami University, Ohio. She went on to complete a Master of Arts (M.A.) and Doctoral (PsyD) degree in Clinical Psychology at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago.

    Since 2004 Dr. Lomax has provided compassionate mental health and specialized health psychology services to individuals, couples, families and community members through her work at the following organizations: Denver Health Medical Center, University of Colorado Hospital, AMC Cancer Research Center, Good Samaritan Medical Center, Saint Joseph Hospital, and University of Denver Graduate School for Professional Psychology. Dr. Lomax has completed training and certificates in Grief Counseling, Psychedelic Assisted Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Cancer. 

    Dr. Lomax offers her expertise in helping people adjust to the psychological, physical, spiritual, and social effects of health conditions in their lives and with their loved ones. Dr. Lomax has has worked extensively with professional healthcare and medical providers in helping them with vicarious trauma, loss and improving resilience stress. The majority of her clinical experience has focused in the area of Psychosocial Oncology – care for people who have been diagnosed with or impacted by cancer at any point in their lives. She also has extensive training in therapy for grief, loss, and bereavement.

    As a psychologist, Dr. Lomax practices a relationally-based, strengths focused exploration with Cognitive Behavioral and Existential foundations. She enjoys working in partnership with individuals as they face life’s unexpected challenges and to support them in finding resilience, hope, and new strengths.

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